Cream chiffon “Beatrice” floor-sweeping maxi dress in bohemian style with intricate red and taupe embroidery, featuring a round neckline, a golden button placket detail with keyhole detail, half sheer puff sleeves, a banded high waist gathers bodice, A-line maxi skirt and a zip at the back. By Alice by Temperley.
This is not a style I really like, in my opinion it is a lack-lustre piece.
1- Kate wore it on 18th September 2012 at a State Dinner in Tuvalu.
Classic tailored black and tiny white polka dot print suit. The suit consists of a short fitted jacket featuring flap pockets, fabric covered buttons and black piping along the collar and pockets and a knee-length pencil skirt. Designer unknown.
Classic suit looking elegant and understated.
1- Kate Middleton wore it on 4th April 2007 to attend an Art show in Dublin, Ireland.
2- The suit was worn again on 16th June 2008 at the service for the Most Noble Order of the Garter at St George’s Chapel, Windsor Castle.
3- Once Duchess of Cambridge, Kate wore the suit on 11th December 2013 to sign Nelson Mandela’s book of condolence at South Africa House in London.
4- The suit was worn again on 17th November 2015 at the French Embassy in London to sign a condolence book in honor of those affected by the terrorist attacks in Paris.
Cream coat dress featuring long sculptural sleeves, a Peter Pan collar, overlay detail, and pleats on the skirting. By Alexander McQueen.
This is a beautiful piece with a gorgeous fabric and colour and lovely details. I would however not have included the Peter Pan collar in the design as there are already a lot of detailings in the design.
1- The Duchess of Cambridge wore this coat dress on 4th August 2014 during the 100th anniversary of World War I at Saint-Laurent Abbey in Liege and St Symphorien Cemetery near Mons, Belgium.
Powder pink sequin gown featuring pearlescent rose Swarovski crystals on a mesh overlay. There is a hidden side zipper with hook-and-bar top closure. The gown is fully lined with a mesh spaghetti-strap dress. It is by Jenny Packham.
This may be my favourite dress ever worn by the Duchess, I find it utterly glamourous, elegant and flattering. I would love to own this dress!
1- The Duchess of Cambridge wore it on 9th June 2011 to attend the ARK Gala dinner in London.
2- The gorgeous dress was worn again on 22nd June 2016 at a charity gala dinner at the opulent Houghton Hall.
Bespoke Prince of Wales check grey wool coat dress featuring a fitted bodice, nipped in waist, flared sleeves at the wrist, a chest besom pocket, angled pockets at the hip and a full skirt. By Alexander McQueen.
A very classic look for the Duchess, this is a beautiful coat dress, very elegant.
1- The Duchess of Cambridge wore this coat dress on 21st October 2014 when greeting the President of Singapore in London.
Magenta-pink, white, orange and black cotton strapless tiered dress made with hand dyed batik material with traditional motifs including flowers, fish, vines and other designs. Designed and made at Rarotonga, Cook Islands, by Cook Island designer Ellena Tavioni Pittman of designhouse Nav.
This is a pretty dress with vibrant colours really suiting a tanned Duchess. It is a very casual choice.
1- The Duchess of Cambridge wore it on 16th September 2012 at Honiara, Solomon islands.
Romantic cotton-blend lace dress with sheer long sleeves, a nipped-in waist and a tiered, swishy skirt. It comes with a smooth satin slip for coverage. It has a concealed hook and zip fastening at the back. By the Italian designers Dolce & Gabbana.
This dress doesn’t look very modern and is not excessively elegant. I like the lace pattern though.
1- The Duchess of Cambridge wore it on 15th May 2016 at the celebration of the Queen’s reign at Windsor Castle.
2- Kate wore the dress again in full view on 15th June 2016 at Royal Ascot.
Abstract floral motif black and white “Sophia” dress with a round neck, raglan cap sleeves and a pleat-flared skirt. The dress has a concealed zip at the back and the fabric is 100% rayon. By Tory Burch.
This dress does nothing for me. I like the shape and it would probably appeal to me in a different fabric but not with this one.
1- The Duchess of Cambridge wore it on 14th June 2016 during a visit to the US Embassy in London to pay respects to Orlando victims.